These brand tweets made sad attempts to join the Oscars conversation

02.23.15 2 years ago

On Oscars night, Twitter is ablaze with chatter of the universally watched awards show. Unsurprisingly, plenty of brands try to cash in on the trending #Oscars hashtag by hopping on the show's bandwagon. Here are a few of the most wince-worthy attempts.

DiGiorno Pizza called to mind better days when the company live tweeted televised events.

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Shoebox Cards basically admitted they shouldn”t be tweeting about the Oscars.

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Kmart didn't quite crack the code of stirring up conversation.

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Oreo arrived on the scene prepared with art.

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Stella Artois used a hashtag vaguely relevant to their contest.

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Harvest Snaps tweeted multiple groan-worthy pea puns.

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